Accuro Malbec 2016 Argentina MendozaAccuro Malbec 2016 Argentina Mendoza
The 1700 metres above sea level offers cold winters and warm summers with high temperatures during the day and cool nights.
Acustic Montsant Red 2010 SpainAcustic Montsant Red 2010 Spain
This acoustic (unplugged) wine is based on the wisdom of the ancient vineyards of Garnacha and Samsó (Carinena) and the old tradition of winemaking from the ancient vine growers.It is an acoustic wine, sensitive from the roots of these ancient vineyards. A wine that wants to express and emphasize the quality and singularity of these wonderful old native vineyards most of them from 40 to 65 years old.
Brezo Mencia 2017 SpainBrezo Mencia 2017 Spain
It’s business as usual for Grégory Pérez’s entry-level Mencía, which again offers crazy value. This cuvée is comprised of Mencía with a small proportion of Garnacha Tintorera – aka Alicante Bouschet. Rockford fans will know this variety from the rosé that this producer makes from this variety. This comes from multiple parcels of 30-60-year-old vines dotted around the Bierzo highlands (Valtuille and Villafranca del Bierzo). At this altitude, the nights are very fresh, and the grapes retain plenty of cleansing acidity. Although it’s not the modern fashion to work with Garnacha Tintorera, Pérez prizes the variety for the brightness and crunch it adds to his wines. To produce something fresh and juicy, Pérez destemmed 90% of the fruit, fermented with wild yeasts in stainless-steel vats and then gave the wine a brief ageing on lees in both large cask and tank. Juicy and tangy, this is just a glass of deliciousness with loads of racy, cherry, peppery fruits. Think of quality Beaujolais villages but with more interest, and you’ll be coming close.
Cadea Tinto 2016 SpainCadea Tinto 2016 Spain
Can Blau Montsant Red 2013 SpainCan Blau Montsant Red 2013 Spain
The D.O. Montsant, where Can Blau is located, is a horse shoe shaped appellation that surrounds the D.O. Priorat on three sides. It should have been included on the Priorat appellation but was excluded. Can Blau is composed of 60 acres of vineyards with an average age of 35 years. The soils are similar to Priorat with Montsant being a bit more complex with a mixture of slate (llicorella), sandy clay and chalk.
Wood smoke, spice box, incense, lavender, black cherry and plum aromas are followed by a mouth-filling, round, dense wine with outstanding grip and length. It over-delivers in a big way.
Pair with rice, pasta, vegetables, stewed meats, sausage, pork, roast meat, red and/or white meat with sauces, grilled meat, and cheeses.
Carrau Ysern Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 UruguayCarrau Ysern Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 Uruguay
Grape Variety: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from both regions
Tasting Notes: This unique blend of Cabernet Sauvignon from both regions has cherry garnet colours that give evidence of the ripe condition of the grapes. The bouquet notes given by the oak are combined with the typical aromas of the cassis mixed with prune and raisins marmalade scents that produce complex and very elegant scenery. In the mouth, the wine develops in a gentle mood, where the ripe tannins give support to a harmonic wine, deep and showing the excellent vintage.
Costers Del Segre La Boscana Tinto 2018Costers Del Segre La Boscana Tinto 2018
Costers Del Segre La Boscana 2018. The Costers del Sió la Boscana Tinto DO brings fresh fruit aromas of red currants and cassis to the nose. In the mouth, this red wine has a very pleasant texture. In the reverberation notes of vanilla and spices appear, along with well-integrated roasted notes.
Cuma Organic Malbec 2016 ArgentinaCuma Organic Malbec 2016 Argentina
Cuma Organic Malbec 2016. Distinctive plum jam aroma, typical of the Malbec grape, fill the nose, complimented by raisin, vanilla and rosemary characters that make the wine very appealing. A fruity mouthful, full of soft and sweet tannins. Date and raisin stand out with a touch of nuts and spiciness at the end.
Cuma is the range of organic wines produced by Michel Torino Estate. The practices in the vineyards and the winery have followed strictly controlled and certified organic processes. The vineyard uses only natural fertilizers are used and weeds control is with machetes. Cuma means pure and clear in AymarÃ¡, the language of a tribe who inhabited the Cafayate region in the Inca’s time.